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  • PROPOSED SHADE TREE ORDINANCE

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Borough Council of the Borough of Tullytown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, during its regular meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6, 2016 in the Borough of Tullytown Municipal Building, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, Pennsylvania, will consider the enactment and the Mayor will consider the approval, of an Ordinance; entitled:

                                                                 ORDINANCE NO._____

            AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF TULLYTOWN, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA,

    RESCINDING ORDINANCES NO. 345 AND NO. 346 AND RETURNING AUTHORITY FOR SHADE    TREES TO BOROUGH COUNCIL; AND ADOPTION OF REGULATIONS FOR SHADE TREES

    The ordinance rescinds prior ordinances which established the Shade Tree Commission and approved regulations, returns authority to Borough Council, adopts regulations which Council will implement and have the Commission serve as purpose of advisory only.

     A copy of the full-proposed text of the Ordinance may be examined at the Borough Offices in the Municipal Building, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, Pennsylvania and at the offices of the Bucks County Courier Times on business days from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. An attested copy of the proposed Ordinance has been filed in the Bucks County Law Library on the first floor of the Bucks County Courthouse, Main and Court Streets, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

    Nancy Conner, Borough Secretary

    Proposed Shade Tree Ordinance 2016

  • PROPOSED PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT ALLOCATION ORDINANCE

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Borough Council of the Borough of Tullytown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, during its regular meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6, 2016 in the Borough of Tullytown Municipal Building, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, Pennsylvania, will consider the enactment and the Mayor will consider the approval, of an Ordinance entitled:

    ORDINANCE NO.____________      

    PROVIDING FOR APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURES TO OWNER(S) OF IMPROVED RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROPERTIES TO ENCOURAGE AND PROMOTE OPTIMUM USE, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAND AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE BOROUGH OF TULLYTOWN; DIRECTING PAYMENTS TO SUCH OWNERS(S); STATING AUTHORITY FOR ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES AND FINDINGS SETTING FORTH THE SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; STATING EFFECTIVE DATE OF ORDINANCE.

    A copy of the full-proposed text of the Ordinance may be examined at the Borough Offices in the Municipal Building, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, Pennsylvania and at the offices of the Bucks County Courier Times on business days from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. An attested copy of the proposed Ordinance has been filed in the Bucks County Law Library on the first floor of the Bucks County Courthouse, Main and Court Streets, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The content of the proposed Ordinance is summarized as follows: The Borough Council of the Borough of Tullytown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (the Borough) has found and determined that appropriation of any payments from available funds of the Borough to the owner(s) of improved residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and educational real property in the Borough will encourage and promote optimum use, development and improvement of land and economic growth in the Borough by, among other things, furthering goals and objectives set forth in the Statement of Community Goals and Objectives adopted at the time of enactment of the Tullytown Borough Zoning Ordinance of 1974, as amended (The Zoning Ordinance), including attaining those qualities that will further enhance the Borough’s value as a place to live and reside in, promoting civic pride and general maintenance of land parcels and neighborhoods, making a wide range of goods and services available to residents of the Borough by providing for a variety of commercial uses in the Borough and supporting the Borough’s industrial base by encouraging local industrial activity and expansion in the interest of providing employment for residents of the Borough and generating tax revenues for the Borough and that appropriation and expenditure is consistent with the purposes of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, the Zoning Ordinance and the Tullytown Borough Subdivision and Land Development Regulations of 1979, as amended(The Development Ordinance) and in the public interest.

    Nancy Conner, Borough Secretary

    Property Improvement Allocation Ordinance for 2016 year